Great news! New stick Man Activity Trail launching at Colin Glen Forest Park
A colourful, fun-filled activity trail will open on Fri 13th October with boards featuring Stick Man and other characters.
The self-guided trail is open year-round. It is aimed at encouraging children aged 3-7 to get outdoors and explore the natural world and find out how things grow.
If you want to ‘twig’ how much fun the trails can be, then visit us during opening hours. The trail starts at Colin Glen Forest Park, 163 Stewartstown Road, Belfast, BT17 0HW
Colin Glen Trust is one of only four community growing groups in the UK chosen to pilot the new trails. It is part of a Big Lottery funded initiative called Growing Together, which aims to get more people, including children, involved with their local community growing groups, such as city farms, community gardens, therapy gardens and community orchards. Find out more about Growing Together via: https://www.growingtogether.community/campaigns
The Stick Man trail (installed thanks to the support of brand owner Magic Light Pictures) is based on the much-loved Stick Man picture book written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler.
Stick Man ¦ Colin Glen Forest Park ¦ Activity Trail ¦ Free Activities Belfast